Schedule yourself for the Plenary Sessions

The traditional JPR Plenary Sessions are an opportunity for scientific updating and contact with professionals from the most diverse services and countries. It is also the chance to know the trajectory of renowned radiologists.

Check the days and times and be there!

 

  • Opening Session – May 3, Room P, 11:15 p.m.

It will count with the traditional opening speeches and the ceremony of homage:

  • President of Honor: Dr. Carlos Buchpiguel
  • Patron: Dr. Artur da Rocha Correa Fernandes
  • Honorary members: Drs. James Borgstede, Sérgio Moguillansky and Guillermo Azulay

At 12:00 p.m., Dr. Valerie P. Jackson will make an introduction to RSNA and, ten minutes later, Dr. James Borgstede will discuss the theme Innovations in Education.

 

  • Imaging Interpretation Session – May 4, room P, 5:45 p.m.

One of JPR’s most successful activities this year is with Drs. Renato Hoffmann (SPR) and Jeffrey C. Weinreb (RSNA) as co-ordinators and a large intersection of themes and teachers between the two entities.

The teachers invited to discuss their propaedeutics for the audience are: Dr. Guilhermo Azulay – speaker of SPR, will address a case of musculoskeletal selected by RSNA; Dr. Leonardo Kayat – also from SPR, will discuss an abdominal case offered by RSNA; Dr. Cristopher Meyer – professor of RSNA, will present a case of chest indicated by SPR; and Dr. Noriko Salomon – also from RSNA, received a topic of neuroradiology chosen by SPR.

 

  • Professionalism Session – May 5, L and M rooms, 12:45 p.m.

The topic How do radiologists think? From Sherlock Holmes to Dr. House, and from Alan Turing to Watson will be led by Dr. Marcelo Gálvez, from Santiago de Chile. Dr. Maurício Castilho of Chapel Hill, USA, will speak about Dissatisfaction, Exhaustion and Inequality: Three major challenges in radiology.

 

  • Artificial Intelligence Session – May 5, room P, 5:45 p.m.

Two topics will be discussed by Drs. Marc Kohli and Luciano Prevedello, respectively: The History of Artificial Intelligence: How Do We Get Here? and Current Applications in Radiology and Future Perspectives of Artificial Intelligence.

 

Also, check out the full schedule of JPR classes.

 

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